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2 stratus gauges at different heights about 15 ft apart.

6ft up...1.80”

A little off the ground...1.89”

So there was definitely some wind turbulence knocking down my totals from the upper gauge. That explains why the tipper was running higher since I originally had it calibrated with the other one that was lower. That’s why they tell you to install the gauges lower and with wind screens.

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

10” 2250’ 

 

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Tough day hunting birds, Going to have to roust them in those conditions.

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1 minute ago, NorEastermass128 said:

That was just about my biggest snowfall  all of last season! (5” on 12/3)

Oh no, The dreaded Oct snow!!!

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Just now, NorEastermass128 said:

I think Oct snow in NNE is actually a good sign. Anecdotally at least. 

I don't have any superstitions on snow in Oct being bad, But i know on here some are shook about it.......lol.

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Over 2.10" now in the tipper, Will check the stratus in a bit, Tipper was running a little high on the last one by about 0.05" or so though.

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000
NOUS41 KGYX 171606
PNSGYX
MEZ007>009-012>014-018>028-033-NHZ001>015-180406-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Gray ME
1206 PM EDT Sat Oct 17 2020

...SNOWFALL REPORTS...

Location                     Amount    Time/Date       Provider

...Maine...

...Franklin County...
Tim Pond                     1.0 in    0756 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media

...Somerset County...
14 NNW Jackman               6.0 in    1014 AM 10/17   Other Federal

...New Hampshire...

...Coos County...
3 ENE Colebrook              8.0 in    1125 AM 10/17   Public
2 ESE Jefferson              7.1 in    1012 AM 10/17   Trained Spotter
Whitefield                   7.0 in    0959 AM 10/17   Public
Pittsburg                    6.0 in    1001 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media
Randolph                     5.0 in    0835 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media
Jefferson                    5.0 in    0833 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media
Lancaster                    3.8 in    0836 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media
1 SE Lancaster               2.8 in    0719 AM 10/17   Trained Spotter
1 SE Lancaster               1.3 in    0634 AM 10/17   Trained Spotter

...Grafton County...
5 SSW Piermont               2.0 in    0835 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media

...Hillsborough County...
2 WNW New Ipswich            0.2 in    1132 AM 10/17   Public
Francestown                  0.2 in    1121 AM 10/17   Public

...Sullivan County...
Washington                   5.5 in    1118 AM 10/17   Public
Lempster                     3.0 in    0736 AM 10/17   Public
Grantham                     2.0 in    1000 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media
Croydon                      0.5 in    0712 AM 10/17   Trained Spotter
&&

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8 minutes ago, dryslot said:
000
NOUS41 KGYX 171606
PNSGYX
MEZ007>009-012>014-018>028-033-NHZ001>015-180406-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Gray ME
1206 PM EDT Sat Oct 17 2020

...SNOWFALL REPORTS...

Location                     Amount    Time/Date       Provider

...Maine...

...Franklin County...
Tim Pond                     1.0 in    0756 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media

...Somerset County...
14 NNW Jackman               6.0 in    1014 AM 10/17   Other Federal

...New Hampshire...

...Coos County...
3 ENE Colebrook              8.0 in    1125 AM 10/17   Public
2 ESE Jefferson              7.1 in    1012 AM 10/17   Trained Spotter
Whitefield                   7.0 in    0959 AM 10/17   Public
Pittsburg                    6.0 in    1001 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media
Randolph                     5.0 in    0835 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media
Jefferson                    5.0 in    0833 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media
Lancaster                    3.8 in    0836 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media
1 SE Lancaster               2.8 in    0719 AM 10/17   Trained Spotter
1 SE Lancaster               1.3 in    0634 AM 10/17   Trained Spotter

...Grafton County...
5 SSW Piermont               2.0 in    0835 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media

...Hillsborough County...
2 WNW New Ipswich            0.2 in    1132 AM 10/17   Public
Francestown                  0.2 in    1121 AM 10/17   Public

...Sullivan County...
Washington                   5.5 in    1118 AM 10/17   Public
Lempster                     3.0 in    0736 AM 10/17   Public
Grantham                     2.0 in    1000 AM 10/17   Broadcast Media
Croydon                      0.5 in    0712 AM 10/17   Trained Spotter
&&

5 inches in Randolph? I am not there but that seems high.

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Just now, PhineasC said:

5 inches in Randolph? I am not there but that seems high.

Remember my ruler comment earlier?    lol, Does seem high from looking at your cam, But a broadcast media source is who knows who.

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On 10/15/2020 at 3:34 PM, Damage In Tolland said:

Jack’s east

 

On 10/15/2020 at 2:41 PM, powderfreak said:

Another good short term QPF battle between ECMWF and GFS... some decent differences in SNE between the two models.

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On 10/15/2020 at 2:25 PM, Ginx snewx said:

Soakah

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Red is over 2 inches 

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After seeing Diane's Instagram, I had to come to this thread. Very impressive already, especially around Bretton Woods. Makes me want to hit the slopes already.

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3 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Remember my ruler comment earlier?    lol, Does seem high from looking at your cam, But a broadcast media source is who knows who.

Bet 300 ft makes all the difference in the world 

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1 minute ago, Ginx snewx said:

Bet 300 ft makes all the difference in the world 

Definitely in this type of setup, I would of even said 200' that Scott was stealing from phin....:)

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Just now, Ginx snewx said:

Bet 300 ft makes all the difference in the world 

The spotter at 1750' only had 0.5" at 0700, seemingly about the same as me. I don't see how anyone around here added 4.5" since then. I have been watching it on the cam. Maybe 2-3 inches total at most. There is no one living in Randolph higher than about 1750', as far as I know.

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it's almost like a spring event in a way ...  I'm 56 in full sun and d-slope "mild" air, and said air is the same which serviced that snow along the roof-tops up there...

Tomorrow's low 60s -

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